Our expertise includes: Renewable energy for power generation (wind, energy storage, biomass, solar photovoltaic and hydropower). Water supply and treatment. Urban drainage. Energy cost optimization and portfolio planning. Resource recovery, including nutrient and energy recovery and water reuse. Footprinting (energy, water, materials, carbon, greenhouse gas, other emissions) and lifecycle analysis. Rate modeling, funding and economic analyses. Habitat health and diversity. LEED incentives. Our full service approach brings engineers, consultants, policy experts, construction managers and execution resources together to create a tailor-made solution. From independent engineering through owner’s engineer and into full EPC, Black & Veatch is a turnkey sustainability partner. Taking the “waste” out of wastewater Read more about sustainable water projects. Black & Veatch integrated a complex new asset into an existing major wastewater treatment plant at Davyhulme to maximize the use of biosolids for agricultural purposes and produce renewable energy. 0 Related Insights With Grid Modernization, Utilities Poised For Most Visible Transformation The annual Strategic Directions Report series offers analysis and insights into key issues and trends facing the smart cities and utilities, electric, natural gas, and water utility sectors. Designing Mines with Water in Mind Climate change, a growing global population and accelerating urbanization are deepening concern over the world’s water security. Integrating Military Water Supply into Mission-Critical Planning DoD facility managers also are faced with similar challenges to water utilities including limited funding, regulatory pressures and aging infrastructure. Fortunately that means that many bases can take lessons learned from industry leaders and adapt best practices to address budgetary restraints, meet compliance mandates and deliver long-term value. Commercial and Industrial Water: Fit-for-Purpose Gains Traction Heavy water users, from power plants to oil and gas refineries, chemical plants, data centers and more are recognizing that they need to manage water differently. Capital Maintenance Comes to the Forefront in the UK Change is afoot for water utilities in England and Wales. For the past 30 years these private companies have favored capital investment for the creation of new assets as the best way to achieve their service, environmental and quality targets. Looking to the future, however, new assets are likely to be the solution of last, rather than first, resort. Ready to Learn More? Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.